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Impact Minerals major shareholder builds stake through $2 million note conversion

Andrew Forrest related Squadron Resources now holds a 14.8% stake.
Squadron has rotated its nominee director on Impact’s Board

Impact Minerals Limited (ASX:IPT) major shareholder, the Andrew Forrest related Squadron Resources Pty Ltd, continues to build its interest in the gold, silver and base metals explorer.

Squadron has lifted its stake to 14.8% by the conversion of $2 million in convertible notes it held in Impact.

The notes were held under the terms of a three year investment agreement Squadron signed in August 2015.

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Under the terms of the agreement more than 148 million shares will be issued to Squadron within five business days.

Squadron is able to convert the notes into shares at a conversion price which is the lower of $0.021 cents per share or 80% of the 30-day Volume Weighted Average Price prior to the date of the conversion notice.

The latter applied and the price of each share was $0.0135.

READ: Impact Minerals swells coffers to explore Pilbara Conglomerate Gold Project

During the December quarter Squadron rotated its nominee director on Impact’s Board.

Felicity Gooding resigned as a director and Eamon Hannon was appointed as a non-executive director effective 30 November 2017.

As well as being a director of Squadron, Hannon is managing director of Buxton Resources Limited (ASX:BUX) and previously worked for Fortescue Metals Group (ASX:FMG).


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